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: the obama administration seeps to be adding fuel to the fire. -- seems to be adding fuel to the fire. >> i think the president has his hands full with the federal deficit. he should stick to palling the federal budget. >> greta: karl rove is here to go on the record. first lt. governor clay fish joins us live. where are your 14 democratic senators tonight? >> i don't know i think they appeared on tv more than to the public. we would encourage them to show up at work in madison which is where their constituents need them. >> >> greta: when was the last time you have heard directly from these senators? >> i believe the senate majority leader did hear from leader miller later -- i'm sorry earlier today. i believe that was the last communication. most that we have heard from them, at this point is on television interviews. >> greta: somebody's gotta give. either the governor has to give or the state senate has to give somehow or the 14 senators who are in the state of illinois need to come back. who is going to give first? >> well, we have nothing to ác/judy as you her the governor say, we're
? we are going to ask d'brickashaw ferguson. first, in the state of the union president obama promised he would cut spending in his 2012 budget. the price tag 3.7 trillion is that a spending cut or fuzzy math. south carolina senator john thune joins us. so we can make this plain there are two economic issues that are the budget issues. within continuing resolution to fun the government between now and september 30th the other is the 2012, correct? >> right. we have two years on top of each other. the democrat majority did not pass a budget last year. we are dealing with the unfinished business of the last fiscal year. the president submitted his budget for the 2012 fiscal year which will start october 1st of this year. it is two debates on top of each other. sometimes that gets confusing. >> greta: the continuing resolution ends march 4th, if nothing is agreed bone the government shuts down? >> what more is likely to happen congress could pass another short term stopgap continuing resolution until such time as there is agreement on a longer term continuing resolution. if nothing happen
of the first supporters of then senator obama over senator clinton to be president. then she has last august this vote in missouri some horrendous percentage, 70% wanted to dump the individual mandate. now she has to do backpedaling. what is she going to do? >> i don't know. the secretary of health and human services has granted 2.2 million waivers. >> greta: that takes the money out of the system so who going to pay? >> 167 unions. >> greta: how many? >> 167 unions, 880,000 union employees. >> greta: how many got waivers? >> 40% have gone to union employees, just 7% of the workforce. total now of over 500 waivers, 2.2 million americans. we think every american ought to be able to get a waiver from this terrible health care law. >> greta: when do we get a vote on your bill? >> we don't know. repeal and replace will be voted on tomorrow. i hope it passes. i hope we start over. john and you are committed to making sure this amendment is placed on any bill that comes through the senate until we get a vote. if the people of this country could speak not just judges this bill would be released our
'll see you tomorrow night. >> greta: right now president obama is getting barbecued. raked over the colts for his new budget. he woke to blistering headlines -- each one worse than the next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ forget you >> greta: many you know that was the g-rated version of that song. you get the point. even the usually adoring huffington post is attacking president obama president obama is not hiding. he's facing the media, defending his budget. >> the president: what we've done is we've been very specific in terms of how to stabilize the discretionary budget. to make sure we are not adding additional debt. by 2015. then, let's together democrats and republicans tackle these long term problems in a way that i think will ensure our fiscal health at the same time ensure we are making investments in the future. >> greta: here are the raw numbers. to put it in perspective, look at our budget last year. the bulk is spent on medicare, medicaid, social security and defense. you can see that on the chart. president obama's budget does not cut a dime from medicare, medicaid or social s
? what about the muslim brotherhood? ambassador bolton is here. >> president obama hailing the resignation of egypt's president. what about our friends ouryl allies, do they think our president handled this well or do they think president obama threw president mubarak an ally, under the bus? karl >> greta: egypt is in the middle of a fragile transition period. no one knows what is going to happen there. is worry islamic extremists will be a powerful force. the muslim brotherhood is demanding the military turn power over to a civilian-led government. john bolton joins us. everyone here in the united states seems content that the military is taking over. first of all, [ unintelligible ] if the muslim brotherhood wants it turned over to civilian that not going to help. >> military is in control the same way it was in the 50s when it overthrew king farouk. they've been there before. it demonstrates the real regime is the military. it wasn't mubarak although he was president for 30 years this is a momentous change. i don't think there's any guarantee the military going quietly.
and senators mccain, lieberman and graham all go on record. >> plus, president obama goes one-on-one with bill o'reilly. >> first, theyczfg were beaten, stabbed and nearly murdered in cairo. two of our colleagues, correspondent greg palkot and video journalist olaf wiig were attacked. tonight hear from them and see their lacerations and bruises. they will tell you about the violent and chaotic streets where they were attacked to their rescue. see what country came to their aid first. no, it want the united states. >> main street was a total war zone many smoke, rocks thrown, molotov cocktails, flame, live fire. >> i got grabbed and i thought, that moment i thought okay i'm really now in trouble. it was immediately for the four or five people grabbing hold of you. >> people are all over him within 30 seconds, people are all over us. that's when our life or death struggle began. >> it is the most dangerous situation i've been in for fox news and i've been here 15 years. >> moments where you do not think you are going to get out of it. you think this is your last moments. >> were you thinking th
us forward. >> he has great credibility. >> what is the view of president obama among the protesters, if you can generalize about how president obama is doing? >> sorry. you can repeat your question again? >> greta: if it's possible, can you tell me, generally wharkts protesters think of what president obama's been doing so far, or not doing? >> i think -- i think having president obama... speaking about this and showing his intention to the problem is a good thing. but too much attention might be not the best move right now, as well. egypt wants to be independent and have their independent choices at the end of the day. any help they can get is great, but they don't want anyone imposed upon themselves -- >> greta: go ahead. >> i think the american administration has been taken by surprise by what has happened in the last 10 days in egypt. there have been mixed signals come from this administration. first, they were hesitant to speak out. then they were pro the youth movement, now i think they are saying again, they're want a smooth, stable transition. so i don't really think that th
for being with us. greta is next. see you tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight, huge test for president obama. special appearances on the record. former president george herbert walker bush, former first lady barbara bush go on the record minutes away. >> first, a blockbuster letter gets dropped on president obama. this is a telling test does the president want a quick answer on whether the new health care law is constitutional or not? so the nation can plan or is he playing games? 28 republican governor sent a letter to the president demanding the fast track to the supreme court. asking the justice department attorney general holder to join the 28 governors in asking the supreme court for an expedited decision on the constitutionality of the health care legislation. former governor -- florida governor scott joins us. in your state you have the 26 or 28 states, who have won the decision from the court that the mandate and the entire statute is unconstitutional. it can linger through the courts or go immediately to the supreme court to fast track. why do you want fast track? >> we want to -- f
if this continues to go on. >> we welcome you. >> greta: thank you, sir. president obama is getting into this. check out what he has said. >> the president: i haven't followed ly what is happening with the wisconsin budget. i've got some budget problems here in washington i've had to focus on. some of what i've heard coming out of wisconsin where you're just making it harder for public employees to collectively bargain generally, seeps like more of an assault on unions. public employees, they are our -- our , our friends these are teachers and firefighters they're social workers and police officers. they make a lot of sacrifices and make a big contribution. i think it is important not to vilify them. >> greta: wisconsin assembly speaker and republican jeff fitzgerald joins us. good evening sir. >> good evening. >> greta: are the protesters still out in madison? i know the business of the capital is shutdown. are the protesters still there? >> yeah, they are still out in full force. the entire middle of the capital is still filled. the halls as well as people walking around the capital. >> greta: you
reform package that president obama would be voting for if he were a member of our general assembly. we are not doing that. they are going to have to do their duty at some point. if you are not prepared to respect the democratic process, say your peace, cast your votes, offer your amendments, if you don't succeed go home and take it to the voters. if you are not prepared to do that you shouldn't have run for office. >> greta: explain something to me. when 2005, you became governor you did away with collective bargaining for state employees that is the subject of the feud in wisconsin. i'm curious why you were able to do it by executive order. and what impact it has had on the state of indiana whether it has been good or bad, economically? >> i was able to do it, because it had been put in place by a democratic president saysor many years before by executive or. the indian -- indiana legislature never organized collective bargaining or forced collection of dues from state employees. that's why i was able to strike it down. precisely what scott walker is trying to do in madison now. the a
: what is the view of president obama among the protesters? if you can generalize about how the protesters feel about how president obama is doing? >> can you repeat your question again? >> greta: if it is possible, can you tell me, generally what the protesters think of what president obama has been doing so far or not doing? >> i think highly of president obama showing his attention to the problem is a good thing. too much attention might be not the best move right now as well. egypt wants to be independent and have their independent choices. any help they can get is great, but they don't want anyone imposed upon them. >> i think the american administration has been taken by surprise by what has happened in the last 10 days in egypt. there has been missed signals coming from the administration. first they were hesitant to speak out. then they were pro the youth movement. now i think they are hesitating again. they want a smooth, stable transition. i didn't think the egyptians or the youth movement is very much interested in what president obama thinks or what the administr
governor brewer fired off a legal missile at the white house, smacking the obama administration with a big fat lawsuit. governor brewer is here. >> president mubarak talks to his nation that backfired big time. it has enraged protesters. he insists he won't step down. ambassador bolton is here. >> you will see it yourself, a live report from cairo egypt. [] this...is the network. a living, breathing intelligence that is helping business rethink how to do business. ♪ in here, inventory can be taught to learn... so products get routed to where they're needed mo. ♪ in here, machines have a voice... so they can tell headquarters when they need refilling. ♪ in here, money works smarter... so financial institutions can turn dreams into realities. in here, medical history is brought to life... so doctors can see a patient's medical records -- even if they're away from home. it's more than advanced technology. it's the at&t network -- a network of possibilities, creating and integrating solutions, helping business, and the world...work. rethink possible. >> greta: mr. secretary, explain this
is a national security threat to the united states is what president obama says as he places sanctions on libya and freezes the assets of qaddafi. will the dick state ten down? >> wisconsin governor walker says public employee pink slips are signed, sealed, and ready to be delivered if the runaway democrats don't come back. and vote. will this bring them home? >> and governor chris christie continues his budget battle with the people of new jersey. >> supposed to be able to replace the money not put in there but i have no place to get it. >> more from townhall from "fox and friends" right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, thank you for joining us. peter johnson is heater today. >> happy to be here. >>alisyn: you are far away from me. come over here! >> she asks me to move further away on a regular basis. >> we do need to talk about the news because so much is happening in libya. they say this is the blood oft of all the revolutions we have seen so far in the middle east and it has been horrible what has been happening, carnage and people would were praying at mosques who were fired on by q
governor walker about president obama fighting unemployment and whether other governors are going to follow his lead. >> straight ahead, he has one condition. wisconsin state assembly minority leader, a democrat says he will vote for the provocative budget bill on one condition. condition. he tells you [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. executor of efficiency. you can spot an amateur from a mile away... while going shoeless and metal-free in seconds. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choo any car in the aisle...and go. you can even take a full-se or above, and still pay the mid-size price. now this...will work. [ ale announcer ] just like you, business pro. just like you. go national. go like a o. >> greta: he said only on one condition. one way wisconsin's assembly minority leader, a democrat says he will vote for the budget repair bill. he went on the record and tells you. pretty wild what is going on here? >> it is historic, monumental. if you would have dreamt it you would wake up and think that would never happen. >> greta: the 14 democrats should the
colombia of 20 years ago. president calderon and president obama said she is wrong. are they the ones who are wrong? nick, tell me what happened to these three boys who were gunned down? >> reporter: there was a shootout at a used car dealership in juarez, mexico just on other side of the boarder from el paso, texas. these boys were among the people that were killed there. shoot yous are happening everyday unfortunately in -- shootouts are happening everyday unfortunately in juarez. one thing to keep in mind this is an extremely violent city. many mexicans have been killed. last year 31,000 people, in juarez got killed in these sorts of incidents. >> greta: nick, were the three suspected to be part of some drug transact or totally innocent bystanders and caught in the crossfire at this dealership? >> reporter: they are investigating this case. the answer to that isn't known. one thing to keep in mind a lot of people are killed, sometimes by drug traffickers sometimes not. one sadly similar case happened last year around this time, there were a number of students, 15 of them, who were kill
for the foreseeable future. >> greta: president obama, damned if you do and damned if you don't. if he got way involved and he got mubarak to leave tonight many in the mideast would think egypt is a puppet of the united states. the united states says go and he says go that's not good. mubarak is not receptive to the concept of leaving now. if president obama had been silent everyone would have jumped saying like iran in 2009 where he sat there and did nothing this is a very difficult spot for the president. >> i think he did make a mistake in trying to push mubarak to leave immediately and make public that's what he is doing. if you look at the chronology that hardened mubarak. let's not forget carter in iran and nicaragua. we had two authoritarian pro u.s. regimes. when carter got fished we had two regimes that were more authoritarian and anti-american. hard to work our will here. even trying to do what some are calling for, pro democratic steps can have the opposite effect just demonstrated with the obama call to mubarak. >> greta: it is very fragile. thank you. >> thank you. >> greta: if yo
obama for saying that. is she right or wrong? >> she is correct. i know there are differences. you got to keep in mind what is happening across the river. we got 2,000 miles of border with mexico. we're talking about the report as to what is under control by our border patrol on their side. there's a lot of questions as to what is in control. there's two things we have to look at. we have to stop the violence from spilling over to the u.s. side. number two, in my opinion, we gotta go in and send agents. we got 30 agents in mexico. we want to add more. this is how we can go ahead and help them. >> greta: so the american people understand how bad this is, one of my colleagues has covered wars he said this is as bad as any war. we talked about the violence and you told me about the be heading, revenge beheading tell the viewers what this is? >> they are doing a lot of things, they are using car . we are seeing beheadings they put them on youtube and send the signal out in the past the rules was they would never attack women and children. just recently, they beheaded a two, three machine o
for let's say president obama in the past. they've sided this is not what they bargained for. they were part of the effort that gave the so call shellacking in november, they voted for people who are not for the current agenda in washington. it is truly democrats, truly independents, apolitical people. it is the broadest section of the american electorate that there is now. >> greta: do you have the sense the tea party people have become tea party, some to a large extent because they feel the republican party, have strayed? >> sure. >> greta: disappointed with the republican party. >> it is the disappointment party you might say. these are the greatest people in the world. they are forward-looking, thinking. they are very worried about the debt and they should be. very worried with the overspending they don't see congress here get it when they look at these new staggering numbers coming out in 2012. they want to know are we going to listen and do something about it? >> greta: are they more activist? >> very, yeah. highly activist. you won't believe the number of members who tell me, whe
. if these three mayors want to drink the kool-aid of janet napalitano and barack obama, go ahead. we have had in our county, the number-1 county for drug and human smuggling in all of america. we have seen confiscation of drugs more than double. the calls to the border patrol more than double. we have seen pursuits go from 140 high-speed chases of cop cars, to 340 just in one of my patrol regions. i used to say there is 25 to 50 lookout posts where cartel member scouts are owning high points or mountains in my county, 70 miles north of the border. and we just had a briefing. i sat with senator mccain. and people who work for janet napa politano, they say it's more than double, at least 75, as many as 100 mountains in america where these cartels provide safe passage for their drug trafficking. how have we arrived at a point in america that this has gone on? >> sheriff, i want to ask you, you i want to make a correction uit's babeu -- >> that's fine, greta. >> is this letters that the mayor sent you, one of the things they are critical of and you they want to you shut up is that they say it dam
you cairo. dr. kissinger is here and john bolton both here to go on the record. first, president obama, nancy pelosi and harry reid all got body slammed today. federal judge declared not just part but their entire national health care law is unconstitutional. the judge declared congress exceeded its authority by forcing americans to buy health insurance. the decision is the second ruling by a federal judge declaring the individual mandate unconstitutional. the first judge to go one step further and throw the entire law out. the florida lawsuit is the biggest one out there. brought on by mostly republican governors and attorneys general from 26 states. if you don't think is huge, listen to the states: alabama, alaska, arizona, colorado, florida, georgia, idaho, indiana, iowa, kansas, louisiana, maine, michigan, misdemeanor, they brass -- mississippi, nebraska, north dakota, ohio, pennsylvania, south carolina, south dakota, texas utah, washington, wisconsin and wyoming. florida attorney general bondi joins us live. good evening. >> good evening greta. >> that was not just a little bit of
bolton here with his thoughts. >> his campaign nickname was no drama obama. do you think the white house is feeling the drama now? americans fleeing egypt by the thousands. american journalists being detained and beaten like our own greg palkot. it must be rough in the white house tonight. let's ask dana perino. >> it has just gotten worse, now yemen, a day of rain against their president, 20,000 protesters hitting the streets. rage in a country where the christmas day bomber planned his attack, where a can has a stronghold this is very dangerous. ♪ what do you see yourself doing after you do retire? client comes in and they have a box. and inside that box is their financial life. people wake up and realize. "i better start doing something." we open up that box. we organize it. and we make decisions. we really are here to help you. they look back and think "wow. i never thought i could do this." but we've actually done it. [ male announcer ] visit ameriprise.com and put a confident retirement more within reach. >> greta: it is just after 5 a.m. in egypt right now. a country on consumed
a live report in moments >>dave: romney taking jobs at president obama saying his plans for the economy are more of the same. >> make no mistake what we are watching is not brave new world. we are watching groundhog day. >> romney not only one criticizing the white house. >>clayton: oprah says we need to show more respect for the office of the presidency. >> the president of the united states, that position holds a sense of authority and governance over us all. >> isn't the president supposed to be "of the people." "fox and friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everybody. look who's back fresh from his trip to paris, clayton. >>clayton: thank you. i landed in zurich and went to paris and automatic over france for the first time. i was texted, are you in paris? dog gone you. >> i said that after you sent me back a picture of your meals and you were enjoying, cheese and wine. >>dave: don't worry i sent a picture of my smoothie. >> and a picture of gluten-free granola. >>clayton: i leave and president mubarak is president, and i saw all the major headlines of had was happening
and understandably so because president obama weighed in into a swampy situation hip deep. it looks like it could spread to other states. >>dave: he said this is an assault on unions and his campaign arm organizing for america is the group that is involved here, the group that is perhaps bust -- busing people in and stoking the protests in wisconsin. >>clayton: democratic senators have vanished and may leave for weeks. and a lot of people are outraged. they just left the state altogether. they are not showing up because if they are not there they cannot vote and the governor says we cannot have democracy if people are not in the building. we do not have a functioning democracy. all there does not look to be a willingness forgive and take. we will hear from guests this morning on both sides of the issue. >>dave: they need 20 votes and without the senate democrats they only have 19 votes. they need one democrat. they were last seen, the senate democrats, in the state of illinois, not showing up. some of the chanters are saying this is democracy, this is what it looks like. democracy is debating on
with his thoughts. >> his campaign nickname was no drama obama. do you think the white house is feeling the drama now? americans fleeing egypt by the thousands. american journalists being detained and beaten like our own greg palkot. it must be rough in the white house tonight. let's ask dana perino. >> it has just gotten worse, now yemen, a day of rain against their president, 20,000 protesters hitting the streets. rage in a country where the christmas day bomber planned his attack, where a can has a stronghold this is very dangerous. and it matters to you. or it ought to. [ male announcer ] they are our future leaders... explorers... great thinkers. they're the future of america, so let's build them up strong, and give them our cheese. kraft singles american cheese. we're always made with milk. and more kid get their calcium from us than any other american cheese. the future of our country is in their hands. hey look it's the future senator from wisconsin. kraft singles. the american cese. >> greta: it is just after 5 a.m. in egypt right now. a country on consumed with chaos and viole
time politics having served in the clinton and obama administrations. emanuel replaces retiring richard daley who headed the nation's third largest nation since 1989. >> search evers -- 75 people confirmed dead at least 300 missing in new zealand. the powerful quake flattening buildings in the city of christchurch. a u.s. search-and-rescue team on the way to help those folks. i'm ainsley earhart, thanks for watching. >> greta: this is a fox news alert. new ruling tonight in the health care law court battle. a federal judge in washington dismissing a suit that challenged the constitutionality of the obama administration's health care law. three federal judges have found the health care law constitutional, two have found it unconstitutional. the statement we received from the department of justice says, we welcome to ruling and the department will continue to vigorously defend this law in ongoing litigation. no one knows how the supreme court will rule. keep it here for new information on this story. >> vicious threat from libya's vicious leader. qadhafi promises he will cleanse libya ho
. a federal judge in washington dismissing a suit that challenged the constitutionality of the obama administration's health care law. three federal judges have found the health care law constitutional, two have found it unconstitutional. the statement we received from the department of justice says, we welcome to ruling and the department will continue to vigorously defend this law in ongoing litigation. no one knows how the supreme court will rule. keep it here for new information on this story. >> vicious threat from libya's vicious leader. qadhafi promises he will cleanse libya house by house if those protests don't stop. eclipse he didn't order the aerial assault but is making it clear he will kill to stay in control. reporter for global radio news joins us from tripoli. did you hear the -- did you hear qadhafi speak? are people responding? what is going on in the streets in the last 24 hours? >> after the qadhafi speech today, thousands of -- went to the seats as news came from the cities nearby tripoli came to the center of tripoli to the green square they were supporting qadh
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